This is a great strategy to use with your Geometry students that will have them communicating, making connections, solving problems, reasoning, and increasing their perseverance in math class.
Students will be asked What do you notice? and What do you wonder? with five logic topics. Teachers generate a class list of all the notice and wonder input from individual students. This strategy is so simple and fosters a real change from the teacher asking all the questions in the classroom. This strategy invites all students to participate. Instructions are included to help you learn the Notice and Wonder strategy. An answer key is not included because the answers will vary.
The Notice and Wonder strategy is easy to implement and can be used in other content areas. The set includes five Notice and Wonder activities that are ready to use. (Two truth table examples, one conditional-converse-inverse-contrapositive example, one Venn diagram examples, and one angle addition proof example.)
Teachers can use Notice and Wonder activities as a warm-up, lesson introduction, as a transition between activities, an after-test activity, or as homework.
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